Just a 6'1 girl in a 5'5 world. Check out my about me, ask me anything, enjoy my blog, and stay healthy!

a-honey-badger asked: You are a bumb

How rude. 

Anonymous asked: I wanted to model.. im 5'8" but unfortunately too fat..

You’re not, “too fat” for anything. The modeling industry is extremely harsh. I know it seems glamorous and I’m sure that some aspects of it are but don’t ever think that a photoshopped picture dictates whether you’re too this or too that. Aspire to love what you’ve got going on above all else!

cheers Xx

Anonymous asked: Hi, I'm thinking of ordering something online. I was looking at the size guide but my waist size is bigger than measurement but my bust and hips fit the measurement of that size, what should I do?

I always say go a size larger! It’s easier to take something in than it is to add to it. So if you get it and you’re simply swimming in it you can always have it tailored.

Good luck!

Xx 

Every time I have any sort of interest in a guy they end up making me feel like an idiot. This, my friends, is why I don’t date.

frigerator:

I support thick thighs

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Cinderella never asked for a prince. She asked for a night off and a dress. Kiera Cass (via maxonshreaves)

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The second that I feel like I am bothering someone is the second I make the conscious decision to never initiate a conversation with them again. The idea of annoying someone so much that they don’t want anything to do with me gives me very bad anxiety.
Stop telling women that we should find ourselves beautiful and that we should love ourselves when you are standing right there, judging us on how our knees look in short skirts and how prominent our boobs are in a sweater and how much makeup we are or are not wearing.

Instead of us working harder on “love your body” and “find your inner beauty”, the rest of the world should be working harder on “stop telling women their bodies are a shameful place to live but that if they’re strong enough, they will learn to embrace that shame.”

This is my body. It’s not “beautiful”. I don’t “love it”. I don’t have to. I don’t have to have any strong feelings about my body. And whatever feelings I do have are not somehow invalid if they’re not glowing reviews. Elyse Mofo, “Don’t Tell Me to Love My Body”  (via shy-fawn)

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